Sunday, June 21, 2020

Redefining God

God has had many faces since the beginning of humankind. God was the goddess during matriarchal days. Mother earth and the sky goddesses were worshipped along with Minoan, the Snake Goddess as is indicated by statues found during archaeological digs. We had Isis, Osirius, Horus, Amun, Ra, Hathor, Bastet, Thoth, Anubis and Ptah, along with lesser gods during Ancient Egypt.

Patriarchy brought forth one god for some of the world--a male god in the sky. In 325 AD the Council of Nicea voted on whether Jesus was THE son of god or a man/prophet killed due to his radical beliefs. The council--headed by Emperor Constantine--voted on this and decided he was THE son of god who died for our sins.  The monarchy and religion were one in the same in Europe so it was easy to promote this belief system. They had the authority to execute anyone who didn't want to believe this and they did so regularly.

We're now finding ourselves in a time where we can redefine what god means to us. Do we still need gods outside of ourselves or the need to sacrifice ourselves or others as part of our conscious and unconscious belief system? Its up to us whether we want to keep these and other beliefs alive since we're entering a new era of change.

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